Roast Dinner made easy with Judge Cookware

Like everything having the right tools will make any job easier and the Great British Roast Dinner is certainly made easier with the right equipment!

Judge Cookware sell this fancy Top Quality Roasting Tin and V Rack and a really good Yorkshire Pudding Tin.

Roasting Tin and V Rack

This 35cm Roast Tin and V Rack is made from Heavy Carbon Steel with a Non-Stick coating which has been designed to cook meat to perfection. 

The tin provides even heat distribution, while the rack has been fashioned into a V to allow fat to drain away from the joint, giving you a crisper, healthier cut.  The excess oil can then be poured away or used to make gravy.

Non-stick and dishwasher safe with a RRP of £72.00

Yorkshire Pudding Tin

Yorkshire Puddings are always part of the Great British Roast Dinner and again having a good quality tin is vital if you're going make a good job of them. Here's a recipe for Yorkshire Puddings.

This Yorkshire Pudding Tin from Judge Cookware is just what's needed. It has a 3 coat Non-Stick inside and out heavy duty steel with rolled edges and is dishwasher safe. RRP of £16.00

109 comments

  1. Beef and have the potatoes roasting underneath

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  2. Lamb & vegetables roasting underneath

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  3. Would have to be my favourite Beef and have some nice Garlic & Rosemary potatoes underneath!!

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  4. Turkey and our roasties below :) yummy!

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  5. perfect fpr my chicken & chorizo traybake

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  6. Roast duck - that v-shaped rack would be perfect for draining off all the fat

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  7. Turkey with Potatoes and Veg underneath x

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  8. Turkey with Roast Potatoes and Vegetables underneath - thank you x

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  9. A Roast Turkey, our favourite Christmas dinner.

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  10. a chicken, thanks for the giveaway

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  11. My favourite meat-beef. I'm getting hungry just thinking about it :)

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  12. Roast Pork and Crackling, with Yorkshire puds!

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  13. I would make a nice pork joint with all the fresh roasted veggies

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  14. Lots of roast veggies in balsamic vinegar

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  15. I would cook my meat for the christmas dinner x

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  16. Forerib of beef and roast potatoes.

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  17. rib of beef and veggies underneath

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  18. WE HAVE GOT DUCK FOR BOXING DAY SO WOULD BE FAB FOR THAT

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  19. our turkey and roast potatoes

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  20. I love making my own yorkshires

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  21. Leg of pork with lots of lovely crackling

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  22. I would like to try roasting a chicken using a trivet like this. I bet you don't even have to turn the meat over.

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  23. Roast chicken with loads of roasties :)

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  24. I'd have to be a whole chicken, with some lemon, rosemary and garlic potatoes below!

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  25. Chicken on top and veg underneath!

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  26. Beef, all those lovely juices underneath for the gravy

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  27. A fantastic Roast Beef to go with my Yorkshire puds

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  28. I'd prepare roast potato and vegetables.

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  29. It would have to be roast beef with some Yorkshire puddings!

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  30. how about a nice shoulder of lamd with loads of garlic

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  31. Definitely Beef and roast potatoes!

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  32. It would have to be roast beef to go with the Yorkshire puddings.

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  33. Chicken on top of mediterranean vegetables - delicious!

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  34. My hubby is cooking Goose this year and this would be perfect for sitting it in.

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  35. My hubby is cooking goose this year and this would be perfect for it to sit in.

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  36. roast lamb above corriandor and garlic roasties and seasonal veg x

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  37. Roast pork with crispy crackling

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  38. A joint of lamb with Roast Potatoes sprinkled with Rosemary :)

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  39. Pork joint with yummy crackling and roasties mmmmm

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  40. Oh can't beat a joint of beef! so expensive these days but worth it as a special treat

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  41. Oh can't beat a joint of beef! so expensive these days but worth it as a special treat

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  42. Roast lamb, it's been ages since we had it!

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  43. a leg of lamb with garlic. potatoes and root veg.

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  44. Lamb as it is the yummiest meat ever

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  45. I'd cook my Christmas turkey in this.

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  46. My husband loves duck. So I would have to do a roast duck with plum gravy :)

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  47. I's like to make a tasty garlic and rosemary roast chicken.

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  48. Roast potatoes & roast parsnips with olive oil.

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  49. I might be tempted to roast a goose :)

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  50. Lamb with veg and potatoes roasting underneath

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  51. We would cook chicken or turkey in it, but I would also love to make a big yorkshire pudding like my mum used to do. She always said the roasting dish she used made a huge difference.

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  52. We would cook chicken or turkey in it, but I would also love to make a big yorkshire pudding like my mum used to do. She always said the roasting dish she used made a huge difference.

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  53. I'd roast a duck with some delicious roast potatoes underneath.

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  54. I would cook a leg of Lamb in it

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  55. I'd cook a tray of jerk chicken with roast sweet potatoes.

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  56. love to win anitahargreaves@yahoo.co.uk.uk roast chicken and stuffing and potatoes x

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  57. Turkey and roast potatoes for our Christmas dinner

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Jan